Tag Archives: elections

August 06

Democracy or bust!

It turns out there was a bigger outcome to hope for after this experience.

September 27

Bat-Crap Crazy: A Song for a New ‘Murica

Originally posted on The Smell of My Own Poop:
In the dead of night, In the cold light of day, Our greatest fears and brightest truths collide The institution that is ‘Murica Which long ago stood proud and tall Symbolic of all things possible Now withers, undeterminable under the mighty cloaks Of hubris, commerce, and…

August 15

The internet is mean and science is angry

Luckily, scientists seem smart enough to realize most of the rest of the world are non science-speakers and have carefully interpreted [dumbed down] some of their most salient principles in ways we can understand.

March 10

Join, or Die: On Political Parties and Institutional Identity

I guess one could say that there’s always the option of not joining institutions. But I like the idea of living in community. And I like the idea of someone expecting me somewhere. So as to not die alone. Undiscovered. Eaten by cats.

February 07

Bat-Crap Crazy: A Song for a New ‘Murica

No (?) choice is wrong, so long as we don’t forsake our right to make one.

consumer psychology research

The average American is inundated with between 3000 and 5000 advertising messages per day in various forms.


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